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Residential Evictions and Debt Collection will resume in Texas

| May 15, 2020 | Real Estate |

We are writing to share recent updates related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Supreme Court of Texas issued two emergency orders Thursday, May 15, 2020. The new Emergency Order permits residential eviction proceedings to resume on May 19th with deadlines no longer postponed. Texas real estate lawyers may resume evictions. Texas landlords are not set to hire real estate lawyers to begin residential proceedings. The order also allows warnings to be posted and possession writs to be executed starting May 26. The 16th Emergency Order allows collection of consumer debt as defined by Texas Finance Code Section 392.001(2) and issuance and service of garnishment writs and turnover orders to resume. The Weaver Law Firm will continue to represent Residential and Commercial landlords on tenant evictions. A board-certified attorney our real estate law firm can help. We offer legal support to landlords. 

Open Texas Checklists

Governor Greg Abbott’s task force to oversee the reopening of businesses in Texas has created a number of checklists to guide employers as they reopen their establishments. If you are an employer and you have questions about reopening, you can contact a business lawyer at The Weaver Law Firm.

Resources to Keep You Informed

Our business and real estate lawyers work to provide our clients with the latest resources and information to help clients stay informed of and adapt to the changes affecting businesses and real estate. You can contact a board-certified attorney at The Weaver Law Firm by calling 713-572-4900.  

 

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